The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Tilly Lucas-Rodd is this week's Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

The fiery midfielder was impressive during the Saints’ spirited performance against Brisbane at Wilson Storage Trevor Barker Beach Oval, snaring 20 disposals, six clearances and a goal.

With her side trailing by 16-points heading into the final term, Lucas-Rodd was the catalyst in leading the St Kilda comeback, snapping the first goal of the final quarter before smashing the packs as her side rallied against the reigning premiers.

While it wasn’t to be against the Lions, the 25-year-old’s performance saw her take the three votes for the second time this season – the first coming against Melbourne three weeks ago in similar heated conditions.

Nicola Xenos has continued her good form since her return earlier this year, awarded the two votes for her two-goal, six-tackle output on Sunday.

The gutsy small-forward looked dangerous every time the ball entered the Saints’ forward-50, with her speed and gut-running seeing her rewarded with the first two goals of the game.

Xenos’ relentless pressure was important up forward as the Saints fought to lock the ball inside their half of the ground.

The final vote goes to captain Hannah Priest, who led her side in repelling the Brisbane attack in the dying stages of the game.

Collecting 16 disposals, four inside-50s and four intercept marks, the St Kilda skipper kept up the consistent form that has seen her voted as Sainter of the Round twice already this season.